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Kafka requires Gradle 2.0 or higher.
Java 7 should be used for building in order to support both Java 7 and Java 8 at runtime.
First bootstrap and download the wrapper
cd kafka_source_dir gradle
Now everything else will work.
Building a jar and running it
Follow instructions in http://kafka.apache.org/documentation.html#quickstart
Building source jar
Building aggregated javadoc
Building javadoc and scaladoc
./gradlew javadoc ./gradlew javadocJar # builds a javadoc jar for each module ./gradlew scaladoc ./gradlew scaladocJar # builds a scaladoc jar for each module ./gradlew docsJar # builds both (if applicable) javadoc and scaladoc jars for each module
Running unit tests
Forcing re-running unit tests w/o code change
./gradlew cleanTest test
Running a particular unit test
./gradlew -Dtest.single=RequestResponseSerializationTest core:test
Running a particular test method within a unit test
./gradlew core:test --tests kafka.api.ProducerFailureHandlingTest.testCannotSendToInternalTopic ./gradlew clients:test --tests org.apache.kafka.clients.MetadataTest.testMetadataUpdateWaitTime
Running a particular unit test with log4j output
Change the log4j setting in either
./gradlew -i -Dtest.single=RequestResponseSerializationTest core:test
Generating test coverage reports
Building a binary release gzipped tar ball
./gradlew clean ./gradlew releaseTarGz
The above command will fail if you haven't set up the signing key. To bypass signing the artifact, you can run:
./gradlew releaseTarGz -x signArchives
The release file can be found inside
Cleaning the build
Running a task on a particular version of Scala (either 2.10.6 or 2.11.8)
Note that if building the jars with a version other than 2.10, you need to set the
SCALA_BINARY_VERSION variable or change it in
bin/kafka-run-class.sh to run the quick start.
You can pass either the major version (eg 2.11) or the full version (eg 2.11.8):
./gradlew -PscalaVersion=2.11 jar ./gradlew -PscalaVersion=2.11 test ./gradlew -PscalaVersion=2.11 releaseTarGz
Running a task for a specific project
This is for
./gradlew core:jar ./gradlew core:test
Listing all gradle tasks
Building IDE project
Note that this is not strictly necessary (IntelliJ IDEA has good built-in support for Gradle projects, for example).
./gradlew eclipse ./gradlew idea
Building the jar for all scala versions and for all projects
Running unit tests for all scala versions and for all projects
Building a binary release gzipped tar ball for all scala versions
Publishing the jar for all version of Scala and for all projects to maven
Please note for this to work you should create/update
~/.gradle/gradle.properties and assign the following variables
mavenUrl= mavenUsername= mavenPassword= signing.keyId= signing.password= signing.secretKeyRingFile=
Installing the jars to the local Maven repository
Building the test jar
Determining how transitive dependencies are added
./gradlew core:dependencies --configuration runtime
Determining if any dependencies could be updated
Running checkstyle on the java code
./gradlew checkstyleMain checkstyleTest
This will most commonly be useful for automated builds where the full resources of the host running the build and tests may not be dedicated to Kafka's build.
Common build options
The following options should be set with a
-D switch, for example
./gradlew -Dorg.gradle.project.maxParallelForms=1 test.
org.gradle.project.mavenUrl: sets the URL of the maven deployment repository (
file://path/to/repocan be used to point to a local repository).
org.gradle.project.maxParallelForks: limits the maximum number of processes for each task.
org.gradle.project.showStandardStreams: shows standard out and standard error of the test JVM(s) on the console.
org.gradle.project.skipSigning: skips signing of artifacts.
Running in Vagrant
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